John Martin Roos, 62, admitted in court that he used racially inflammatory language in a social media post where he threatened to kill Obama, his wife and their children.
A new Frontline documentary about the Bundy family’s fight against the federal government aired on PBS this week.
Authorities have arrested an average of 400 immigrants per day in the months since President Trump signed executive orders cracking down on immigration.
North Miami officer Jonathan Aledda is accused of illegally shooting an unarmed man who was lying on the ground with his hands in the air.
Performance enhancing drugs are not off the table as U.S. Special Operations Command works to boost the physical and mental abilities of soldiers.
U.S. Army Private Chelsea Manning will still be an active duty soldier when she’s released from prison on Wednesday.
Former L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca was sentenced Friday to three years in federal prison for leading an effort to obstruct justice.
A new TV ad from the Marines focuses on a woman in combat, the first commercial of its kind for the Corps.
A three judge panel signaled on Wednesday that a California deputy who shot and killed a teen holding a toy rifle should stand trial.
The New York Senate passed a bill this week that would make crimes committed against police and firefighters hate crimes.